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Research interests

Eleonora is Reader in Economics at the University of Bath. She joined the Department of Economics in March 2017 as Senior Lecturer. Since February 2019 she is Deputy Head of Department, co-Editor of Health Economics Letters and Associate Editor of Health Economics. Previously, she was working at the Manchester Centre for Health Economics, University of Manchester where she held an MRC Early Career Fellowship in Economics of Health (2013-2016).

Eleonora attained her PhD in Economics at the University of Nottingham, her M.Sc. in Economics at University College London and her B.A. at Bocconi University (Milan).

She has held visiting positions at the Institute for Fiscal Studies and at the Center for Demography and Ecology at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She is Honorary Senior Lecturer at the University of Manchester.

Eleonora's research interests are in the economics of health and applied micro-econometrics. Her research investigates the socio-economic determinants of health in both developed and developing countries. Her focus is on how individuals and organisations interact with each other and on the `upstream' determinants of health. Her recent work investigates the effect of information and taxes on consumer behaviour (including their dietary choices), health and housing, the relationship between health treatment and behaviours, the effect of early life interventions on later life health and the relation between physical and mental health. 

Eleonora has obtained grants from the Medical Research Council (MRC), MRC jointly with DFiD and ESRC, the National Institute for Health Research, the Royal Economic Society, the Manchester Institute for Collaborative Research on Ageing, the University of Manchester Research Institute and the School of Social Sciences at the University of Manchester. Current grant-funded work examines the health impact of health financing systems in sub-Saharan Africa, and the effect of maternity leave policies on the academic job market. From October 2019, she will work on an MRC consortium grant investigating the effects of urban development on health.

She has presented at several national and international conferences in economics, health economics and econometrics, and development economics.

Willing to supervise PhD

Eleonora is interested in supervising new PhD students researching these topics:

- Education and health
- Health outcomes and behaviours over the lifecycle
- Policy evaluation of government interventions on health
- Economic resources and health

Education/Academic qualification

Economics, Doctor of Philosophy, University of Nottingham

Economics, Master of Economics, University College London

Economics, Bachelor of Economics, Università Commerciale Luigi Bocconi

External positions

Honorary Senior Lecturer, University of Manchester

1 Mar 2017 → …

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Projects 2017 2024

Research Output 2011 2018

Does Patient Health Behaviour respond to Doctor Effort?

Fichera, E., Banks, J., Siciliani, L. & Sutton, M., 1 Dec 2018, In : Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization. 156, p. 225-251 27 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

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Does Patient Health Behaviour respond to Doctor’s Effort?

Fichera, E., Banks, J., Siciliani, L. & Sutton, M., 7 Mar 2017, Bath, U. K.: Department of Economics, University of Bath, (Bath Economics Research Working Papers; vol. 62/17).

Research output: Working paper

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